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How can create a powershell script that will list disabled users and their OU?

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I want to be able to create a report using powershell that will list disabled users and the OU their account is in only.  I know how to get just the account name and I can get a report with all of their account and AD information.  But I only need to get their account name and OU.  What is your best suggestion to create a powershell script that will give me these 2 pices of information?

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David
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The following will work for you, assuming you don't have any OU names that have commas in them.
Search-ADAccount -AccountDisabled -UsersOnly | Select samaccountname,@{n="OU";e={($_.distinguishedname -split ",",2)[-1]}}

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Add the following to export to csv

| Export-csv -path c:\disable.csv
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by:Vaseem Mohammed
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In addition to Jorge comment, use "-noTypeInformation" switch at end.
 | Export-csv -path c:\disable.csv -noTypeInformation
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